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... he's going to have a great time just like all of us that are currently here studying abroad! I don't think it'll hit us that he's really gone for a while though. After he left I was going to go back to sleep, but then I got super hungry for my typical breakfast.. A heaping bowl of Mighty Grains with strawberries and milk.. SO NOMMY! And when I say typical, I mean that I've been eating this literally every morning (and sometimes for dinner) since the first week I ...
Vatican museums and sistine chapel tour at night time!
There are still a couple to book. We can't book our Leaning Tower of Pisa tickets until Saturday (day we fly out) so we'll do that last minute Saturday morning!!
It is going to be one spectacular and amazing trip of a lifetime and I cannot wait! Secretly already planning our next Euro trip :P
Sarah and Simon
... side of Newcastle. The port was once also the home of a huge BHP steel mill, now just a rolling mill. Other major industries include chemicals and cement. Coal remains king however in this busy port which can load several ships at once. There have been as many as 70 ships anchored off shore waiting their turn at the loaders.
OK, thats enough of the gritty side of this area. ...
... with one of my most treasured friends, who I used to
share an unreasonable amount of time with (both on and off the phone) in
Sydney. When I look back at those crazy
fun party days ( Does the Retro and Shelbourne Hotel still exists?) and how much
has happened in our collective lives over the past 10 years, it is just thrilling
to me that we still have time for sharing laughs and wine. It’s just probably a
good thing it’s not EVERY Friday ...
... access to the beaches, healthy food and good weather! Next, Liz took me to Oakvale Farm. It's a local run farm aimed at children. However I loved it! There were piglets, goats and ducks roaming around. We were able to feed them milk and pat them. There were multicoloured 'chooks' and rabbits. I had a go at milking Daisy the cow and was able to stroke a koala! The koalas were so cute. They sleep for 20 hours a day and the eucalyptus makes them so drousy which means they are ...
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